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Old 09-19-2006, 03:28 PM   #1
TrupsT
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xvidcap unable to capture audio


I am using xvidcap on Fedora 5
I am able to capture video but not audio. Plz help

.xvidcap.scf is as follows.

#SCFF
# xvidcap configuration file

# frames per second
fps: 7.500000

# file pattern
file: Test.mpeg

# max frames
max_frames: 0

# max time
max_time: 0.000000

# quality (JPEG)
quality: 15

# compression (PNG, GZIP)
compression: 0

# use shared memory
shm: 16

# video codec used by ffmpeg
codec: MPEG4

# what kind of mouse pointer should be recorded? 0 = none, 1 = white, 2 = black
mouse_wanted: 2

# toggle audio capture (0/1)
audio: 1

# device to grab audio from
audio_in: /dev/dsp

# sample rate for audio capture
audio_rate: 22050

# bit rate for audio capture
audio_bits: 32000

# number of channels to use in audio capture
audio_channels: 2

# toggle autocontinue (0/1)
continue: 1

artsshell status is as follows:
server status: suspended
real-time status: real-time
server buffer time: 319.728 ms
buffer size multiplier: 1
minimum stream buffer time: 319.728 ms
auto suspend time: 60 s
audio method: alsa
sampling rate: 44100
channels: 2
sample size: 8 bits
duplex: full
device: default
fragments: 15
fragment size: 1880

Please let me know what is to be done for this?
 
Old 09-19-2006, 03:47 PM   #2
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If you are prepared to shell out some cash and use non open source software, you might try Demo Recorder. It records both audio and video and syncs the two.

I've not used it pesonally, but the guys from The Linux Link Tech Show seemed to think it was a good product. I believe you can try a demo version which leaves some sort of watermark in the output.
 
  


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